Bhagavad Gita Studygroup 

The Bhagavad Gita is one of the world’s most read and ancient scriptures, coming from the vast wisdom of India. The story is about Arjuna, a reluctant warrior, who receives teachings from Krishna, his charioteer. Arjuna is guided through a battlefield that takes him out of his state of suffering, into the realization and manifestation of his true nature as the pure original consciousness, that Krishna represents. 

In the studygroup we explore how we can apply this ancient wisdom in our present day to day lives. We study one chapter each week, and meet online on Zoom to share our individual experiences with each other. For many this is a very empowering and transformative tool that can accelerate your own unique journey of consciousness. 

We will make use of the revelations of Sat Shree:

“My work is to show people how to collaborate with the natural maturation process that occurs when one is on the spiritual path. A process that, in fact, all of mankind is going through.” – Sat Shree


“Whenever the light of natural law fades away

and there is an ascendancy of darkness,

during those periods I create Myself.

For the protection of the virtuous,

to destroy evil and to reestablish dharma,

I come again and again.”

-Srimad Bhagavad Gita

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What other participants say:

Danielle (The Netherlands)

"Her presence is so loving and pure. I felt seen and heard by her and the group. Her every week inquiry questions and practices really helped me to bring the quality of the chapters

into my daily life. The song of the Gita is so beautiful, especially when  you listen with your heart and that is where Anke took me. She pointed to it, she showed it. I am so truly grateful for this journey with her and the group! It brought me to my next step of being Fully Human, Fully Divine. Thank you dear Anke!"

Malte (Germany)

The Bhagavad Studygroup invited me to week by week experience this ancient wisdom – rather than

merely moving across the letters and
intellectually processing the words.

It was our group’s safe vessel that provided me with an effortless, yet fulfilling practice to truly listen

and provide space instead of mentally moving towards correcting, judging or otherwise reacting.

Emma (France)

"The Bhagavad Gita Study group showed me

the way back to the lightness one can experience

when you realize and start to overcome

the bondage we all live in.

An open and joyful environment

in which everybody felt safe to share in total honesty."